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THE CALUMET NEWS. W11L BE ANOTIIfR DEFICIT IN STATE TREASURY MX! YEAR FIRST DEER LICENSE IS K. OF C. FOUNDERS WILL LAKE FISHERMAN MUST NOW i SAVE SPAWN .WD PIANI II ISSUED TO GEO. GILLET Mr. Dresser, MAKE A LONG PILGRIMAGE LAURIUM . bos Tax Budget Appropriation by Last Legitlatura is Too Small by One Mil lion Dollars Various Institutions Borrowing Money to Meet Expenses, but Who if to Pay Interest? Acrortlinif tn State Trt a-mr. r SN-i p- r, tlit- tax I. u. Ik. t iti i'T opi iail.m mail I'.v the last J Ki.xl.it urt- w.is $ l.o,.ui0 t l,v to in. it the il.tKit that I a KfowliiK" anain.t th,. state. The tax fur the lisctl y.-ar 1 :(:, uliih will he a.iilali.- in J.inu.in, Is :,.'.i.no in mull, num).. rs, hut thi w ill ri"t elean the xt;itf' i:ul l,t ,ln. arul ro i.le fur eurri nt fxprns. s f.r the year. ' WY Iiaxr .ni. tieal!y p.il.l n.i hills Kim-,. July 1," x.if.l the Mat- treasurer. "an.l ii. nv . an y taKin- tare of the payroll!! of the cl.iks employeil in the various Mute l.-.;irtnionts. S' far r have ! ! r i . . l f.iiiMiu the ?-'."(,('irt allowed by the new colislitu tioii. There is now aleuit $7'.ono on han. I. Put $7I'.'('0 will have to 1... paM out In November to the primary M'llools. "Ily not alnj any hill.s we will p't through, hut the slate must meet them MTiie time an.) there will be another ih ll. it next year, whiell the next li'Kis. lature will have p make provision for. The last I. yi.-l.itim- nut only cut ilown the intimates or the state aeeoiintant. I .it IM co-iii.atue was tiki n of the t.il that th-' various state institutions :'i-e mowim; at the rate of sli.ml.l j say 10 per ient a y ar, thus iiierea.'-iiiel the cost of luailit. natiee." J There is likely to I... a fllss laise.l v. h ii the .state institutions try to make up the ih lieits whiell ate now piling ll iialiinl thein. Tiny are meeting ex penses ami paying th,. payroll's by bor row in- and it will be a question as to how the inf. -rest on the sums borrowed i.te to be pai.l. Those Who l,aVe looked into the matter ass.it thai the state ;:nn ,t pay any mtere-t money, so that the Warner n.hnhilstr.itioii will have a line I, taey behind it. The .lop, ster.s at (h eapital have it fiut'i ,1 out that ex. lusive of the pri mary I y it eosts $1S. i a il iv to I UM the state, and as no bills bave I.e.-n pai.l .!!. July I. it is easy to n,'iiie u hat th.- h li. it will b - Jan. 1 n. xt. A piUrimaKe t Ucn.M In. 1910 vv Id he undertaken by iKmlil l'olwll, VI! Iia:i M. Ceary and I r. M. i. nVon t nor, orlirlnal in-ri'nitortf of Ih Knights of Oolumhus, with IJev. 1. J MeClviny, brother of the founder the order, under the Hpiritual leader ship of Kl-ht I Nv. J. J. Keane. I5i-.hu; of V'heyenne. It Is vxpeeted that 1.1 rie delegations froni various tates will aee',:npa!!y the lt;r-ri-rators. t'ompii hi nsivo plans hav e l made at (Jenoa. the Idrthplaee of C'oi- lumhus, with fitting addresses hy prominent Amerleans and Italians honor of the discoverer and his illus trious aehleveineiitji. In addition t the celebration :u (leiiea, the pilyi ilms w ill he rant. .1 the privilege of a spevlal aildieliee w ith t he pope at ll.me. Plans will al- be m i.'e on this trip f r a speeial performance of the l'as j ion I'lay at Oheramim ruau for i Kui:;hts ef t'oJumbiis. INVENTS BREAD CUTTER. Employe of Hecla Carpenter Shop De vises an Ingenious Article. John Kailm, an euip..e of the ll la larpent.-r liop of the l'. X- II. com pany, and a resident of Florida loca tion, is the inventor of an Ingenious bread or toast cutter. It hi a machine the obj.-ct of which is to cut hread into uniform slices for toast making purposes. It is claimed for the ihvi'C that it can ilit as much bread as six men, and have each slice the same size. As the Scandinavian families of (alum. t use lare quantities of toast. elt.n preparing a largt l.agttil or har lep'ul at a time, the invention will probably prove a time-saver. Speciil eations of the invention have b.i n lite. I arid a patent l.s expected In a short time. Mr. Karku lias earned quite a repu tation as an Inventor, an automatic ihinipin;: cart, sled or car, and others, lie has applied I'm- pis patents through the linn of Calbraith - McCormick. GIVE THE OTIIIR ffllOW A SQUARE DEAL SAYS STEIZIE Splendid Address at Calumet Theater Yesterday Afternoon by Rev. Charles Stelzlo, Supt. Church and Labor cf Presbyterian Church Lock to Christ for Solution of Labor Problem. MAY JOIN CHICAGO TEAM. ARMY OFFICERS COMING. 'd"!ie Marshall of Minn, apoli-. t u tiou Army Mrm f about t let rs, and Major M .r,,,,, pr 'miiu iit S ilv.i are expected !n middle of next to be set la.. :. rs Is await'H Ihi' iit orators etlllKS Will he The pr ,ra ai month, the The v jsit . r thes,. i,Ji, ullli interest as both an A s. l i. n of sp. ( ial in. l. Id (hiring their i-it. 'hey.. ,,, , linu u j ), aflMlie;..! later. Adjutant PnrUhoiise, in charKe of Ih. h-eal S.,U;,ii.e, Araiy work, Is dis-tributie- artl.des of ilothin- and sll to .1. ;. i ; n lt families in th- distrh T. The adjut ini a-l-.s ',,;- aid in tins ma' t. r. and hop,-rt t li . t families havimr .. i el .Ih. s and shoes f-.r which tlley have ii. further us,, will r"rop a post card '' 'hat the articles may he obtained and ili.- trihuted w here most rn-ed. ,1. There Is a bright prospect that Win Pascoo. train. ,- ..f the lied Jacket hoc key I, am for the ,.tt tw o season will I,,- kIv.-ii a berth in a similar ca i'-ou nun i ue new ( iiiciiko team. The management of (he team has al ready written to Pasco., oiferin- hi u this positl.-n. and although he lias not uiv.n a d.-tinite answer it is lik-l that he will accent. Pascnc Is oneoflhe in-.st successful ho, k.-y trainers in tie1 eoiq.er country, and the fine condition of the Ked Jack.-t hoys tliroui;h the past two seasons has b. en due large ly to tlie oIomi. attention h has Kriv. :i to his work. It !:- :ih likely that Jim my I.eary, assistant trainer of the ltd Jaeki t team for the past two years, win become assistant trainer of the !uliith seven this year. I.eary Is n ev locatiil in rhiluth, and a recent h-tler to friends In Calumet indicates that the I u lutli t-am will he a strong nn Spend Less Than You Earn It's an excellent advice, especially for those just starting on the road of life. Then there's another point every bit as im portant. It is this Put what isn't spent where it will not only be safe, but where it will earn something. It's YOUR business to see that less is spent than is earned. It is ours to see that the surplus is well look ed after. Here are highest interest rates joined to unquestioned safety. The f irst National Bank OF CALUMF.T Beautiful Art Picture Free We have secured the exclusive riht for this city of a number of up-to-date cobr reproductions by WilK.refe. 1 ue reproductions, without advertising suitable for framing will be Kiven free of charge as follows : t When CASH purchases amounting to $2.50 are indicated on a card (we -ive vou for the asking) you Ket your choice of one of these magnificent color reproductions. Metropolitan Pharmacy Atrffi 4: ... -L See for Yourself what you'ro Kf ttliiK in th- meat line the kind, the cutting, the weight. Tlir more yi ; , o, tl.o hnur we will like it, betiiua,, the better you will wat- isned. have rin ,1!in(1 evfTy K,M(() thins? in the meat lln". V -- CaT U ll 3Mi W. J. Kevnolds Tin- iiiest jir.portant thins alxuit t'a labor iiucMioti lit to slve tl-o othi r te)- a Mjuare deal." V.!i the ipclur.H lemur', ef Key. I'harhs tiUle. t New Yei k, MinerinteinK nt ef the dc- artnient i'f ehunh and labor of tin 'rcsl tei i.m t hurch. to an audiiia . w hich packid the Cal.mu t tin-at-r from parquet ta the g.i'.h-ry yeswrday afternoon, llev. Mr. llo said that had worked with - 0"vt otlu r umi me twelve years api In iiku1);:w hops, and thought he knew all abor.v the labor iiucstion hut that after 1 1 t away from the shops ami h.id ;i user utl,ok he bewail to iliv-owr lid net know lab 'r as lie t.ila v ed la id, lie remarked that he had l..t eturind from Kurepc, where he w. to Mu.ly the labor iiuesui mi. and had conic to the conclusion that tl ava i'iii;i' American working man is tl be.M in the world. The Aimric.ui well- man. he ha ill. produced more an,l w pai.l better wayes, but compared what he product s the w ot'kincman this country is the l rest raid. H add.-d that the last statement was IH his, but kovi i mm nt sta ti.-tics. "Slowly, bat Mifily, howiver, tl iiiassis ot the people are coming int their own," said Mr. Stelzle. -The ti for labor democracy is on. and no hu man power in' the world can st..p th ' nwa'd maii h. It is a world phenotm lion, and I lie can eh ck it." Mr. SWl.le touched on the temper ancc wave that is swe.-i'iii' over th country, and said that the workin; man of this country is a tcmpcrat man. !! 0,1101, d instances wh.re eit bs had none dry where the laborin element predominated in votes, thn slio.vimr that the laborin- man wanted to abol:.-,l the drink t rattle. He sal. that while in London, he spent a could of hours with some ..f the liritlsh la h..r h adeis. in the Mouse of I'ommons men whom the Uritish working man had sent there to represent their In- ti rests. ' I found." said Mr. Su l.l that practically every one of those la bor members of Parliament were tot; abstainers, and further, every on,, of them were church monitors of sum .lcnominaii.-n. j nroutiioiit tins conn- try the .same spirit is manifested by the v oi kinsman. "The American working man i slatidiiiK for universal peace. Soim day war shall cease, but It will l wh.-n labor workers will not arce t to out and shoot each other to satisfy the treed and avarice of others. Th. workinir man is the real sufferer by war. Mis family suffers because of It.' Mr. Stelzle stated that the work in v man is standing back of the social movements of the twentieth century, and that the backbone of this republic is the wnrkinff man. The speaker said that they must look t'brist for the solution of the labor i problem, that Christ represents the I court ef last appeal. "Christ was the I greatest teacher of all history," lie said, an.l ured his hearers to InviP I Christ onto th. ir platforms and let Mm i speak for them. "Quote Jesus Christ's saylnus. and no man will dare r.i back i on your verdict. Introdueo Christ's j principles into your dealiiiKs with labor and you will win," said Mr. Stelde. "If Christ was In Calumet today In i pers m he would kh on your street cor ner and preach on behalf of the work ing pi ople." "We want a square deal for th working man, a square deal for Un church, and In conclusion, let me ask for a squure deal for Jesus Christ. Hay ti man's game In your dealing) with the Master. Look at Him square ly ami ask what He lias done for you. Stand up and say. 'Jesus Christ, La bor's champion? Yes, He is my Savior and IJedecmer.' " It was a great meeting. Rev. Mr. Stelzlo Is a fluent talker, and has thai happy gift of oratory that leaves n lasting Impression behind. He got at the hearts of his hearers who wen mostly laboring men by frankly ad mitting that he had been a resident of the tenement district of New York, had worked ever since bo was eight years old, find knew vvbat It was to go about shivering with the cold and prac tically starving. His mother, ho told his audience, had endeavored to earn a scanty living by sewing buttons on articles of clothing, at so much per, and be bad seen her nnd the rest of the family turned nut of home because she had not the wherewithal to pay rent. The meeting was held under the nil spices of the Y. M. C. A. William J. Reynolds, president of the village of Laurium, presided over tin: meeting, and In bis opening remarks be referred to labor as "the salt of the earth." The meeting opened with the hymn, "on ward Christian Soldiers," and sung as it was by more than 1,100 voices the music was very Inspiring, Norman R Vivian read a passage of Scripture, and Ilcv. Mr. Fhnvv of L,akc Linden offered prHyer. This was followed by a male quartet, consisting of Messrs. Mae drew, If. King, J. II. Itennett and J. llryant. The singing of this quartet wag one of the features of the meet ing. At the close of the address by Mr. Stelzle, Hev. K. Hedvveek offered a short prayer, and the benediction yas pronounced by Key. I K. Iong. A ('. & II. orchestra was present and rendered some excellent selections. Stt Cw snJI F.h Wrrfsi Pitnct Mtktt ths Lav P' n This Rf prct All Net Li "g L'p t It Will Hvs Th.r Nt $ iJ Law for Fiherren' 0n PrcUcticn, "I r.dcr tr.o alhr.ty in mc t tN iwvv lommeivil f.:r-K Uvv sov- irn ns t'..-JVjt en t:c t treat iikcs. i . r, ! y u. senate t VteN i li u the day . r C-e beginning f the .m fer t.k.! s ivwn on like superior aim U.kc I iii i on. Oa ivr.d Rf.it th.t date U :homen t.-ikiag trat and whltensh. I tke S.ijHrior an.l lJe Hiiwn are .ijuirtd ti preper'x Nitve and linpreg- r.ate the .isvn. and c.tiar ucuver n to ti e rcpM-nontJtivt s or trie i n:ieu To lieotKe Uillett of Iiurium bt b ug the honor of being the first up pliiant for a deer license in that vil l.igo this war. The license was applie for on Saturday, it ml wus received by deputy clerk. Judge David Arnilt, from the office of the county clerk today Since that time, seven or tight tithe iKMisos have been Issued for Laurium parties by the county clerk. Judge Ar mit expects severul applications dally from this time on, us the hunters ure showing much activity recently. I-ast year applications for more than K'.' lii t rises were issued by Judge Ar mit for Laurium hunters, and It is ex pected that the total number this year will be fully as large as In the past t.Uis U.irv.m of V. shines, at points j The weather during the past week lias Lecn such that the hunters are nnxlous to get to the woods und are only wait ing for the opening of the season on ov. 10. After that date the usual haunts will be alive with hunters. The game Is reported as very plentl ful this year, and the sportsmen ure looking forward to a very successful settson. Those who frequent the woods have frequently reported sighting deer, The advent of the Keweenaw Central railroad has brought the Calumet hunt t rs within closer touch til the game fields of that county, and a large num ber of them will make their rendezvous there during the season. where such representative may be stationed, r plant the t-pavvn on the wning bed fre.m which the fish i.iv tei n taken. ' The h-ttcr continms: "All fishermen w!. ii net comply with tne insiruc- ,ons and regulations as t,t fishing dur- ig the spawning period will not be im.ttid to continue fishing. "tin and after date named, and us ii -r as spawn llh continue, and as r.g as spawn fish icntinue to be tak a. no fisherman will be pi rmitted to ih more than two gangs of nets on the water at one time that Is. each atii; of nets must be lifted every other lay. weather permitting, and a new rang may be set in en the same day. Winn there is a storm on the lake and oats are not abb- t lift nets, this n gulatioii will rmt be in force, but all 'ish. run n must lift re ts as soon as th .leather permits and ri"t leave any sang of nets in the water more than two day unless the weather is such .hat boats cannot go out." The proper taking and Impregnating f spawn and planting It on lads or Klivtring it to the Cnited States bu caii of fisheries Is entirely In the in i rest of the fishermen. All the spawn hlivered to the I'nited States bureau f fisheries will be hatched and the l.-h planted In the waters from which the eggs were taken. This toirr-tber Aiih the planting of the bnnregnated iwn on the beds, will result in milli ng the fishing much better. State tlame Warden Herce Issues a warning to this effect that any fisher nan found not saving the spawn and mt disposing of It accord I n ir to all egulations, villi not only be stopped from fishing but will b, prosecuted and ivc his nets confiscated. The circular concludes by saying that very deputy that can be spared for the work will be stationed . at impor tant points and will visit othor points or the purpose of seeing that the law ml regulations are complied with. ONLY ONE FOREST FIRE. In his report to the public' domain commission tlame Warden Charles Herce showed the forest districts in the northern part of the state has equipped Its locomotives with spurit protectors and fire screens. So far this year there has been but one fire of any consequence. During the latter part of August several thousand cards of wood belonging to the Clevcland- Ciiffs Iron company were destroyed, with n loss of $30,000. i lie railroads are taking -an nc live Interest In the work of preventing forest fires and employes on several roads have been discharged for re moving the apparatus used for pre venting the spread of sparks. So far this year l'earce has used but J2.000 of the $10,000 emergency fund appropriated for fighting flresV The commission praised the cfllclent and economical manner In which ho has conducted the work this year. Mi m j W J fiurtrtifJJ Bran a in passing you are look ing for clothes that fit that have style better than most clothes. Ours are yours, STEIN-BLOCH correct here and in Lon don Town. For the young men, the Society BRAND the Swellest line of fine youn g men's styles in the country. ED. HAAS & CO. CALUMET :: :: HOUGHTON CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTKI) An experienced girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. 1'aul rk'rson. 713 Scott st. . '"r"M''wm DOKAYS ARE WAITING. ANOTHER DELAY SOON. Ncn-Arrival of Pipe Will Cost Villags About $500 More. Unless the fifth and last carload of Ipe, needed for the pond water oxten- lon In the vlllit-e of Laurium nr Ives today or tomorrow, It is expect- I that another serious delay will be experienced in the completion of the ystem and the wrk will again have o be discontinue rl. The work of lay- ng the mains was resumed on KrMat, ind so that us much work might be iceomplished as possible. It was con tinued yesterday. Thus far about 61 j et of pipe have been laid, and It 's xpected that by this evening or to morrow the present stock of pipe will he exhausted and it will be necessary wait until the arrival of the la.t arload. Through the frequent delays which have been experienced. It Is estimated that the Improvements upon the pui 1 nter system will cost tho town nt ast $:00 more than was first antl- Ipated. The trenches which were diu Inn the first wait for pipe began, ire rapidly cavlinr In and It Is found "cessary to re-open many of them. xtenslve timbering Is required before men can work In the ditches and although the work could be completed about one week after the pp. nr- ives. It Is possible that additional ex- enses will be Incurred unless the plpu arrives this week. , MILLION C. E. MEMBERS. According to ndvlces received here turkeys are very plentiful this sea ynn, nnd the prices are likely to be There would be less oppression In the world, fewer combines of rnnlt.-il i ml a better spirit prevailing ;enernl- If there vvn;j a moro enrnest study the bible," declared Rev. J. II. Hoyd. of Detroit, nt the Christian Kn- ttvor convention at Sagjnaw last eek. "It Is the reading of the bible hich forms real character. Agno.i- nnd educators the counlry oyer make this statement." "In the next year the Christian Yin- iivnr will have l.OOO.OOD new mem r nnd 10.000 new unions," said Na- onal Field Secretary W. R, Hall in ldresslng the gathering. "It Intends jdaee the bible In every school and every corner of -the jlobe." Other speakers were J. IVsll rench, Ann Arbor, state president; MnJ. Jhs. Cole, Adrian; W. A. Hrown, hlcago; Rev. I). II. (Jlass, pontine. and Amos R. Wells. A feature of the exercises was th" singing of the trained chorus of 300 voices. Laurium I'ythians are eagerly awaiting a response from Duluth to the invitation which was extended to the degree team of the Al Sirat Tem ple, Dramatic Ordi r of the Knights of Kliorassan, to come to Calumet to confer the degree of that order upon the class of candidates who have sig nified their willingness to Join. The new Dokays will become charter mem i hers of the new temple which Is to h- organized In Laurium, for which a charter has been applied. Already 100 Calumet I'ythians have expressed a desire to Join the Dokays, and have signed the list of applications'. As soon as the necessary arrangements may be made with the Duluth Temple, a def inite date will be decided upon for the organization of the new temple and plans for the same determined. WANTHD Knglish sneaklnir Hrl for second work. Apply Mrs. F. S. Fa- ton, 10J5 Mine st. WANTED MALE HELP. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlors at the Old Stand. WA.VTKD Carriage painter. Apply to Calumet Carriage Works, Laurium, Mich. WANTFD Men to solicit and collect for the Prudential Insurance Co. Commission and salary. Apply F. L. Whittakcr, Supt., Room 11, Quello block, Calumet. WANTKI)-Young men to learn auto mobile business by m iil and prepare for positions as chauffeurs an.l repair. men. ve make you expert in ten weeks; assist you to secure position. Pay big; work pleasant; demand for men great; reasonable; write for par ticulars and sample lesson. Umpire Automobile Institute. Rochester. X. Y. Jacob Kallio UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ladies and Gentlemen Embalm 418 Fifth Street Phona 08-1 r. MASSEUR TREATMENT. FOR SALE 6 room house and barn in g o o d condition in Laurium, $1,650. Apply FOR 8ALE. FXCFPTION'AL OPPORTUNITY Complete house furnishings at bar gain. Also three rooms for rent to buyer. Apply after fi p. m. Frederick Dyer, 118 Iroquois street, Lnurlutn. l'9J Oood heating stove for sale ut I6S4 Railroad street, llecla. 293 Mrs. Hilda li. Olson Midwife, Massucr Treatment for Rheumatism & Eczema etc. 3966 Wedge St. NEWTOWN PAINTERS AND DECORATERS. Chicago Decorating Co, FRANK PENTZOLD, Mqr. HIGH GRADE WALL HANGINGS ARTISTIC INTERIOR SHOP: DECORATING AND 1 27 Hetla Slrtr t PAINTING. Phone 387 LAURIUM COLLEGES. FOR KALF Team of driving horses, drive single or double, 131 Osceola street, Laurium. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Office rooms on second floor of First National Rank Rid Laurium. Apply ut Rank. to JohnNelson, Hollman Block, Calumet, Real Estate and Insurance. tiPSi n Jv pIIII wM rrnWTl WMm A CASE IS NEVER JUDGED UNTIL IT'S TRIED Try a case of our bottUd beer. You're the Judge. Quality and purity are two factors of first importance In every thing that you drink. You get thu highest quality and absolute purity whenever you drink our'beer. It Is rich, finely flavored and healthful, and the bet Bummer beverage that la made. CALUMET BREWING GO. Pfe 874. COLD WEATHER SIGNS MULTIPLY WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE Let us put in your winter supply now. Our ED. ULSETH Coal & Wood Ph7onc i-tm KhNl 5 room modern flat; warmest house In town, 212 Florida street, Laurium. I ()R RENT Two rooms; steam heat bath; also Bteel range for sale. Rhone 411 J 1. FOR RKNT Sunny furnished rooms; mouern improvements. Phone, 2ti0 L08T AND FOUND. T l uoni-nrown rur scarf on Sixth St., ociwcen tiieatcr and Portland street Finder return to News office. Reward 292 liOHT-Haturtlny night between First 'roiiuom and Second and Kear Hargo tt baby's red knitted lap-robe I'lease notify News office, Calumet. i.. icii r lias gone to the Soo, wouc ne win spend sonic time. John Rollmer and Fred Luko hav ...u. . , a two days' hunting ! in iveweenaw county. Hey. J. j. Tupper. who lectured Frl. day evening the- First Raptlst church if T.n..-i t " !. nas returned to i.iHrriueite. STA" ONERS. LEIKAS & Co. Souvenir Post Cards Writing Materials Fancy Station 439 FIFTH ST.. CALUMET FLOWERS AND PLANTS. ESTATE A. M. VrtRir fn nee , t nWCr" ,n "en"0n- When In need try ours. Correspondence with outs de part.cr, who desire first c ass Tr r Bcn1 for Quotation.. Laurium Rranch: ir ... Michigan College of Mines F. VV. McNAIR, President. Located in the Lake Superior dis trict. Mines and mills accessible for College work. For Year Rook and Rec ord of draduates apply to President or Secretary. HOUGHTON MICHIGAN DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS Laurium Commercial School Laurium, Michigan Write for a copy of our catalog. f free. DENTISTS. National Dentists Dr. C. E. SHELDEN, MKr. LISA BLOCK 301 Sixth St. CALUMET RESTAURANTS. The Chicago Restaurant FOR YOUR MEALS THE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY FOR 25c 403 1 -2 Fl FTH ST. C ALU M ET TAILORS. Tailored Clothes to Measure RIGHT PRICES J- J. Werschay SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR TO ORDIR S. E. Corner Oak & 5th St., Uptairi. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J. E. F01SY, MUSIC STORES HAdniiJirlpa a! VICTOR, COLUMBIA and EDISON Talking Machines and Records 320 Mcla SL, Laurium. phone 324 Jf . 441 f ifih St., Calumet. Phone 503 Jl. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. Office 208 Fifth St. Phone No. 1 SGHNELLER & LAWRENCE FIRE, LirE, ACCIDf NT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE Real Estate and Loans Calumet j 1 w t r than In several years paL Cor 3rd A O.c.ol. St.. Quinew none 482. Thong 175 lr. Subscribe for Tho ?cw.